“I saw Tony Abbott and I’d had half a skinful and I wanted to nut the c*nt.”
“I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned.”
“This is what we need right now. Go harder.”
“Footy fans shouldn’t be subjected to a politicised grand final.”
No need to apologise, Cher.
All hell can’t stop him now.
Trolls wreak havoc on Hottest 100 Wikipedia page, editing 2015 winners to include Tony Abbot, Shannon Noll, Justin Bieber and Darude.
WARNING: May ruin Elvis for you forever.
As Australia struggles to come to grips with the sudden and unexpected loss of our fearless political leader, Anthony John Abbott, affectionately “Tony” to the populace, Thy Art Is Murder have become the latest band to cash in on the PM’s sensational demise. Heroic Tone was ousted by that Judas Malcolm Turnbull following last night’s
You may recall hearing about the Sydney political rock n’ roll duo spawned with the sole purpose of one day breaking up, once Australia’s 28th Prime Minister, Anthony John Abbott, was turfed out of office. The Harry Potter to Tony Abbott’s Lord Voldemort, not-for-profit political punk rock outfit Until Abbott Gets Gone were born to
Everyone’s favourite budgie smuggling onion-muncher, Prime Minister Tony Abbott, has held the seat of power in Australia for two prolific years now. And for a recap of all the great and glorious things that Tone has achieved during his berserk joyride in the driver’s seat of our fair nation, you could listen to this 90-second
National treasure Tex Perkins, like many Australians, is harbouring some fairly negative feelings towards tyrannical man-child fearless leader Tony Abbott. In comments that were funnily enough in no way related to Tone’s party slapping down a conscience vote on same-sex marriage overnight and taking a collective deuce on the dreams of pretty much everyone who
Aussie pop twins The Veronicas have appealed to Prime Minister Tony Abbott in a passionate open letter and video message, asking him and his Liberal MPs to embrace marriage equality in Australia. The Veronicas — that’s sisters Lisa and Jessica Origliasso — have read their open letter aloud and published the footage online in the
There’s a lot of reasonable things to blame current megalomaniacal Australian overlord Tony Abbott for. Not being able to marry someone with the same junk as you. Having a new #QandA think-piece crop up on your news feed every morning. Not being able to look at onions the same way and generally being embarrassed to
A music video by Melbourne rockers TTTDC has reportedly been rejected by ABC music program Rage, due to its very political (but super-entertaining) content. TTTDC released the video for their song Reiterate (below) in February, and, after sending it into Rage in the hope of picking up airtime, the band say the clip has was
A short lick of G’N’R is all it takes.
Australian singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko will perform at Sydney’s March In May rally tomorrow, which starts in Belmore Park at 1pm. Social commentator and writer Van Badham will join Blasko as guest MC for the rally, which will seek to voice public concerns over the policies of Prime Minister Tony Abbott‘s Liberal government. Other speakers include
Canberran trio of self-described “outraged party rockers” Super Best Friends are getting topical in their new video for Round And Round, a scathing commentary on the Australian election season and the endless media spin and repetition that comes along with it. The outfit’s bassist, Matt Roberts, managed to charm a whole lot of well-known pollies
What was meant to be one of the highlights of their career so far has ended in a farce after an image of The Preatures singer Isabella Manfredi accepting the $50,000 first prize for this year’s Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition was altered to censor a political statement. An image circulated to press this morning
Tony Abbott is set to be this year’s most unlikely musical hit, with NewsLabCentral mixing up the Opposition Leader’s verbal fumbles and painful catchphrases with Skrillex‘s smash Bangarang, leading to surprisingly entertaining results. The mashup sees Abbott’s glorious misuse of the word “suppository” mixed in with his sexist talk of his party’s candidate’s “sex appeal”,